disclaimer

[ US /dɪˈskɫeɪmɝ/ ]
[ UK /dɪsklˈe‍ɪmɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. denial of any connection with or knowledge of
  2. (law) a voluntary repudiation of a person's legal claim to something
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How To Use disclaimer In A Sentence

  • For example, 'Cardio' sits unequivocally at the top with the irrefutable disclaimer that the fatties were the first to go. Junk - Latest Happenings
  • That's why we issue a disclaimer with our referrals. Christianity Today
  • If a word stirs your feelings in one way and those of some of your readers in another, you cannot use that word safely; in spite of the most careful definitions and disclaimers the emotional bias will creep in and twist the effect of your words in the minds of some of your audience. The Making of Arguments
  • However, I'll add a disclaimer to say that everything here is just conjecture and guesswork, if you know otherwise then let me know.
  • As I noted in a previous post on this subject, the disclaimer that the school board has mandated be read by the science teachers is incredibly incoherent and confused.
  • But if all these words look wordish, sound wordish, and act wordish, why are they all hedged about with the namby-pamby "I know it's not a real word" disclaimers? Peter Black's Freedom to Differ
  • Disclaimer: The Food and Agriculture Organization is the original source for some content in the Encyclopedia of Earth. Contributor: Food and Agriculture Organization
  • The person making the disclaimer cannot direct where the disclaimed property is to go.
  • In case you are tempted to believe a word of this disclaimer, remember at Mr Gonzalez has previous form.
  • And so as a way of understanding what at this point is really the sheer repetitiveness of this disclaimer, I want to propose a metaphor.
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